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TechniClone, Inc. -- The Next Intel
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Emcee:  Jeffrey S. Mitchell Type:  Unmoderated
TechniClone, Inc. is the most incredible IPO to come along in the last 10 years. These guys have just been granted a patent for the first neural network chip that can be replicated using embryonic cloning. These chips are said to be 100,000 times more dense than those manufactured by Intel!

Their technique involves a process called "blastomere separation". According to their prospectus: "Embryos in the early stages of development start to divide into cells called blastomeres. The zona pellucida (a protective covering for the egg) is punctured or removed and the blastomeres are separated from each other. Each blastomere is then covered with an artificial zona pellucida. Then each of the blastomeres starts dividing and becomes an embryo."

They expect to start rolling out these neural chips in quantity by late 1998. Look for prototypes of computers that use them to debut around this time next year.

The best thing about this offering is that because of the bad market yesterday, no one seems to be paying much attention. At $3 a share this stock is a BARGAIN! I expect it to at least double by the end of the day.

Their symbol is "CLON" on the NASDAQ.

- Jeff
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34220 years ago. You just had to point that out. Guess I'll go take an old maSI Dave-January 24
341In the category of "You can't make this stuff up... but I did..." Jeffrey S. Mitchell-January 24
340<b>ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THE NEW SITE:</b> It appears thSI Dave-9/21/2004
339<b>ATTENTION ALL USERS:</b> We expect to be switching to the new SiSI Dave-9/21/2004
338UH-OH!!!Janice Shell-2/9/2002
337[13:10:34] TechniClone, Inc. Board authorizes Federal Suit v. McWhortle EnterpriThe Duke of URL©-2/2/2002
336 Hi guys, I would think that TechniClone, Inc. investors would be interested Jurgis Bekepuris-4/26/1998
335 Yeah, I got a big kick out of that one also. It seems that some people have WAYIPOJunkie-4/14/1998
334 Disagree. <i>This</i> is now teh biggest joke on SI: #Subject-2006Hoatzin-4/9/1998
333 It appears so. Maybe there is a reason that "CLON" means "ClownThe Don-4/9/1998
332 Is this the biggest joke on SI or what?IPOJunkie-4/9/1998
331 Anyone hear anything yet? I'm really looking forward to this one. I'lThe Don-4/9/1998
330 Warning!!! This is CLON, not TCLN. This TechniClone is not in a "death spiJeffrey S. Mitchell-4/1/1998
329 There is an article "in The Street Com" which I cannot access except Phil Cressman-4/1/1998
328 Michelle, Never got any response from this thread, have the feeling it is boguDavid S.-3/31/1998
327 Oh no... Maybe we have some competition.... But I bet they're not as far Rex Dwyer-3/30/1998
326 Hi Janice, further to my previous mail to you - I sat and read back in the thrMichelle H.-3/29/1998
325 Hi Janice, I'm new to this, and don't know who to ask for info' onMichelle H.-3/29/1998
324 Dear David, I am new to this silicon newsletter, and came across it somehow whMichelle H.-3/29/1998
323 Hi Sean. I'm a new recruit to Silicon Investor so i hope this message getsjacksoo-3/27/1998
322 I think after a lot of searching I've found this company, at least one verySean Whitehead-3/26/1998
321 >>>>-------------->>>>>>>>>>>The Duke of URL©-3/26/1998
320 Mitch, could you point me in the direction of this article please? Thanks SeanSean Whitehead-3/26/1998
319 In the <i>very near future</i>, Mitch, though perhaps NOT with the Janice Shell-3/24/1998
318 To all - I read an article about Techniclone in one of the various techie mags.Mitch Blevins-3/24/1998
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